A crowd of city and county officials gathered Tuesday for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the new PrimeCare Express medical facility opened by Novant Health in front of the Novant Health Thomasville Medical Center this week.
It's alive. It's alive, said members of the City Beautification Committee during the Nightmare on Main Street ghost walk held Saturday night.
The Small Business Center at Davidson County Community College will host Debbie Wright, human resources and business consultant, to help shed light on the new law.
A week after the Davidson County Board of Commissioners offered its approval for the development of a proposed industrial park in Linwood, privately-funded Davidson Progress Inc. on Sept. 17 approved a resolution to encourage the continued participation of community leaders.
Triad small business owners and their employees are invited Wednesday to attend a luncheon to make their voices heard in Raleigh.
Thomasville's improving employment numbers received more good news with some recent job announcements.
The federal agency that enforces workplace discrimination complaints recently sued Carolina Mattress Guild Inc., accusing the company of subjecting black employees to a racially hostile work environment and unlawfully firing an employee who complained about racial remarks that included the “N-word.”
Four months ago, a Thomasville-based manufacturer reopened a dormant facility and brought 30 jobs to the Chair City.
It’s a small business with big dreams. Liberty Bathing Walk-in Tubs of Thomasville held a grand opening Aug. 7 and the owners believe they have positioned themselves to become a contender in a competitive market.
Project Hem and Project Z13. with a combined investment of $4.5 million and 41 jobs, were identifed as Mill-Chem Manufacturing and SV Plastics LLC, respectively.
Thomasville City Council is scheduling a pair of public hearings to consider federal grants for two companies looking to invest in the Chair City.
Corey Watford of Sophia scowled as he filled his tank at the Sheetz on N.C. 62, noting that gas prices have gone up this summer.
Thomasville Police Department is investigating a series of tire slashings on Salem Street. According to Capt. Mark Kattner, four vehicles in two parking lots on Salem Street had their tires slashed sometime late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Four vehicles in a parking lot at 109 Salem St. had a slashed tire and another in an adjacent lot at 111 Salem St. suffered two damaged tires.
City Council approved a pair of economic incentives Monday night that could bring more than more 40 jobs to Thomasville.
The Davidson County Economic Commission is taking steps to create a culture of openness. EDC Board chairman Tommy Hedrick and Executive Director Steve Googe were candid in their intent to better serve the needs of the community and the media. The two men reached out to the press July 9 and invited several reporters to attend the EDC's monthly meeting at Davidson County Community College.
Many of the large, vacant business sites in Davidson County are not suitable for new development, a point emphasized by a recent tour by the Davidson County Economic Development Commission to promote the development of an industrial park.
Thomasville City Council will hold public hearings on a pair of economic incentives at 7 p.m. Monday, July 15. Two of the hearings involve economic incentives that could bring more than 40 jobs to the Chair City.
Thomasville Medical Center is harvesting accolades for its efforts to ensure patient safety.
Jordan Beswick draws from a metamorphic moment in the film 'Lili.' He was only 6 at the time, but the moment set the course of his life as an actor, casting director, author and acting coach.
The blasting along I-85 in Davidson County has been postponed. Instead, work crews will begin blasting along I-85 just south of Clark Road in Davidson County, starting Friday, June 28, at lunchtime. Earlier, DOT has said the blasting would start Tuesday, June 25.
Some small institutions that were weighed down by bad loans on their books folded or were closed by federal regulators. High Point-based Bank of North Carolina, founded in Thomasville, not only survived the financial crisis, it has thrived of late.
The City of Thomasville has come a long way in recent years. A series of events beginning in late 2005 left the Chair City in a financial fog. Faced with financial pressure from the state over its deficient budget as long-standing furniture jobs fled by the hundreds, Thomasville officials stood at a crossroads.
Thomasville City Council scheduled a June 17 public hearing concerning two economic incentive packages for a pair of companies.
City Manager Kelly Craver released a 2013-14 budget proposal to city council May 20 that includes a raise in the water and sewer rate but no tax increases.
The Davidson County Commissioners focused on finances and economic development incentives Tuesday (May 14).